Politics Poll: Trump's approval rating rebounds amid North Korea tensions

02:55  12 august  2017
02:55  12 august  2017 Source:   The Hill

Trump's approval rating sinks even further in a series of new polls

  Trump's approval rating sinks even further in a series of new polls President Donald Trump's approval rating hasn't improved since he became the most unpopular modern president at the six-month mark of his presidency. A series of new polls on Wednesday showed that the president is becoming even more unpopular following a series of setbacks including the defeat of Senate Republicans' proposed healthcare law and the departure of his chief of staff and yet another communications director. A Quinnipiac University poll conducted between July 27 and August 1 and released on Wednesday showed the president had a 33% approval rating and a 61% disapproval rating.

President Trump ' s approval rating has rebounded after a week of rising tensions with North Korea , according to a Rasmussen poll released Friday afternoon. Trump ' s approval rating in the right-leaning poll now stands at 45 percent, a

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Poll: Trump's approval rating rebounds amid North Korea tensions© Provided by The Hill Poll: Trump's approval rating rebounds amid North Korea tensions President Trump's approval rating has rebounded after a week of rising tensions with North Korea, according to a Rasmussen poll released Friday afternoon.

Trump's approval rating in the right-leaning poll now stands at 45 percent, a six-point jump from a 39 percent approval rating in the same poll last week. The new rating marks Trump's highest approval the poll has recorded since July 12.

Trump has spent the week escalating tensions with North Korea after the nation announced it was moving forward with developing plans to attack the island territory of Guam. On Friday morning, Trump tweeted that U.S. forces in the region were "locked and loaded."

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"Military solutions are now fully in place, locked and loaded, should North Korea act unwisely," Trump wrote on Twitter Friday. "Hopefully Kim Jong Un will find another path!"

Rasmussen reported that 45 percent of Americans supported a military solution to North Korea's nuclear missiles in a poll last month.

According to the poll, he still faces high disapproval ratings. More than half of likely voters surveyed, 53 percent, said they disapprove of the job Trump has done during his first 200 days in office.

Rasmussen's poll surveyed 1,500 likely voters with a margin of error of +/- 2.5 percentage points.


Trump Approval Rating Dips to Lowest Point of Presidency .
President Donald Trump’s approval rating has sunk to its lowest point since he took office, with only 35 percent of Americans saying they viewed the job he’s done favorably, according to a poll released Wednesday. The new Marist Poll, which has a sampling margin of +/- 3.1 percent, found that 55 percent disapprove of Trump after seven months on the job.Trump saw a sizable dip in his polling numbers among “strong Republicans,” from 91 percent approval in June to 79 percent, which analysts said shows a crack in the base on which Trump leans heavily.

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